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Ringley Old Bridge

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Opened  1677
Ringley Old Bridge
Similar  St Saviour's Church, 15 Firwood Fold, St Thomas' Church - Halliwell, Kearsley Mill, Church of St George - Bolton

Ringley Old Bridge is an ancient stone bridge in Kearsley near Bolton, England which crosses the River Irwell, linking Ringley with Stoneclough. It has two large semi-circular arches, and a third smaller arch, for the tow path. It is a Grade II* structure, listed on 19 August 1986.

It was built in 1677, at a cost of £500. It replaced a wooden bridge, swept away by flood in 1673.

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Ringley Old Bridge Wikipedia


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